Two drivers were rescued from their cars after a “serious collision” along Birmingham Road on Sunday afternoon.
A woman in her 20s, was cut free from her car following the crash along the Kenilworth road at around 12.30 on July 12.
She sustained serious pelvic injuries and was given pain relief by paramedics while firefighters worked to cut her out of her car.
After eventually being freed from the wreckage, he woman was transferred on a spinal board to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire for specialist care.
A man in his 30s was freed from his car and treated for chest injuries caused by his seat belt from the force of the collision.
He was taken to the same hospital, but his injuries are not thought to be serious.
The driver of one car, a woman in her 20s, was trapped in the wreckageAmbulance Service
Paramedics, police, firefighters from Kenilworth and Leamington, and the air ambulance all rushed to the scene following the crash.
A statement from the West Midlands Ambulance service said: “A woman was left with serious pelvic injuries and a man needed A&E following a serious two car RTC in Kenilworth.
“The woman was carefully lifted out of the car onto a scoop stretcher and she was further immobilised with a neck collar and pelvic splint to prevent further movement of her injuries.
“Once stable, the woman was taken by land to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire, a specialist trauma centre, for further emergency care.
“The man had self-extricated from his car prior to our arrival. He sustained chest injuries caused by his seat belt during the collision and was immobilised as a precaution.”
Road closures were in place from Chase Farm and residents have since taken to special media to praise emergency service teams for their efforts during the afternoon.